GFCI receptacles in kitchen
I am trying to replace my kitchen old outlets ( non-GFCI) to a new GFCIs. The instructions there shows only the case of regular one hot+neutral+ground wiring.
In my case, my kitchen wiring has 2 hot wires, black & red + neutral + ground.
If I am connecting my GFCI outlets as my old regular one, its shorts the breaker, probably because in this GFCI receptacle both hot connections are shorted.
Is there any way to connect the new outlets or I should cut the shortage between the hot connections.